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Buy Restaurants’ Excess Food For Cheap

Buy Restaurants’ Excess Food For Cheap
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The PareUp app connects consumers to restaurants and grocery stores with excess food, before they throw it away.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 6 may 2014


The excess food at supermarkets and restaurants often ends up getting thrown away even when they’re still good to eat. About 30 to 40 percent of the food in the US gets wasted and wasted food costs everyone money. Wasted food doesn’t help the environment either since most of the trashed food end up in landfills. Furthermore, throwing away excess food doesn’t just waste the food itself, but it also translates to wasting the natural resources and materials that went into producing the food.

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